Steered by ideas drawn from an ancient Indian value system, we help children understand their strengths and weaknesses, likes and dislikes, and actions and reactions while being equally aware of their peers and their surroundings.
Swadhyay is a Sanskrit word that comes from Dhyayi, meaning “contemplation”. Swadhyay leads to self-analysis or self-reflection.
At Jiva Public School, we teach students how to reflect on their actions and understand the consequences of their actions. Using various activities like journal writing and meditation, JPS helps its students improve their discipline, concentration, and conduct. Reflecting internally with Swadhyay, students learn to analyse their actions and eventually become self-aware individuals.
Swadhyay is an ongoing process and, at Jiva Public School, we’ve created a programme that uses various activities and techniques on a routine basis to introduce children to the idea of self-assessment.
Using role-plays and discussions, students share their success stories with their peers, thereby becoming models for good behaviour and the right decisions.
Jiva Public School encourages students to write powerful questions to reflect on their thoughts and actions, which are then openly discussed in the classroom among their peers.
By studying the tales from Hitopadesha, Panchatantra, and Bhagavatam, students are able to pick up important moral lessons to implement in day to day life.
With our carefully curated Dincharya ke Niyam (DKN) programme, we help children stay focused and follow a fixed everyday routine.
Wake up Early
GREET YOUR PARENTS
HAVE LUNCH, REST
DO YOUR HOMEWORK
HELP YOUR PARENTS
The idea of SOE - Self, Others & Environment - explores an individual’s relationship with the three key stakeholders in society. It helps children look inwards and reflect on their actions and the related consequences.
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